Actress Leah Remini won a Television Critics Association award for her A&E docuseries, Scientology and The Aftermath.
And it seems lifelong Scientology follower Elisabeth Moss, wasn't very happy with the news.
Both women were at the Beverly Hills awards ceremony on Saturday night, where a fellow attendee of the glizy bash tweeted that Elisabeth had walked out during Leah's acceptance speech.
According to the insider, lifelong Scientology member Elisabeth Moss "left the room" while Leah Remini accepted her TCA award for her groundbreaking reality show investigating the cult-like Church.
Leah was a follower of the religion, that is popular with celebrities, for 34 years before leaving in bitter circumstances.
She's since gone on to write a tell-all book on her time with the group and produce the hugely successful documentary series, which details persoanal experiences of former members.
Elisabeth Moss, whose show The Handmaid's Tale took home two gongs, is a quiet supporter of the church having been a member since birth.
Fans have taken to social media to comment on the "irony" of the fact that Elizabeth stars in a fictional show about religious oppression.
This tweet sums up most people's reaction to the news.
I'm so proud of Leah! Moss can't handle the truth.— Vickie Stroud Moody (@MoodyStroud) August 6, 2017